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Management of affairs

It may be necessary to manage someone’s affairs for them and this can be for a number of reasons, such as they are ill or disabled, they are abroad or they are unable to make decisions for themselves as they have lost capacity.

Managing someone else's affairs can mean a number of things, including:

  • looking after their bank accounts, savings, investments or other financial affairs
  • buying and selling property on their behalf
  • claiming and spending welfare  benefits on their behalf
  • deciding where they live
  • making decisions about their day-to-day personal care or health care

Our solicitors have extensive experience of assisting professional and lay attorneys and deputies in carrying out their day-today duties. We also help with compliance of annual reports and tax affairs.

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